Salem Daily News, December 6, 1890

Salem Daily News

December 06, 1890

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Salem Daily News, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1890, Salem, Ohio THE SALEM DAILY NEWS. VOL. IL uino. SATURH.n. DKCEMfiKU 1 rr-ii i. frail? IlLLuO Ini MiiL Issue a Call Un.-iventiwii at In Pfebrnary, fo'Jl. at a Sew PuHtipa1 ia t-> 0-- :Croafcd. Act oa T ikon Ij.v Al! .'Fla.. At Kridav ioom- Cession of. AUiiitCH. Celiv.io! Livinsrstone, of Georgia, from ;he "O.-r-mitte" on o.-cranization, made a report which is to furnish the basis for an ultimate union between the National Farmers' Mutual Danefit Association. n'lach has an organization with a membersnip in tbe Western States. Under :bi-> proposition the Mutual !ten- efit Association is to still maintain its geyarato organization, but it is to be en- titled to representation in the NV.r.onal Alliance Council, and the -eutivo committee of each >n is to meet hereafter and arrange ttte details of this union. The report was adopted without uissent. This action undouht- edlv means the ab.solau> consolidation of tne organizations in the near future. Colonel Livingstone also offered a nxo- lution providing for the adoption of the SL Louis Alliance of 1SS9. Colonel Living-stone's idea was to call one any obj -cuyns which e-cist aa to its absolutely unanimous endo-.-so- ment. Mr. Louck, of North Dakota, offered an amendment, providing for the owner- ship of all railroad and telegraph lines by the National Government. Colonel Livingstone ooposed this and offered as a compromise me'isura a resolution pro- vidmj that the Tic at to control and op- erate all ducn shall rest in tho Government. If, after a fair trial of this .-.ystt-m. it is found that ic does not afford toe relief demanded or effect re- forms in the management of thorn, tho Government's ownership shall be com- plete. This was adopted. Mr. Wade, of Tennessee, offered an additional amend mt-nt that all con- nected with the Alliance must support the St. Louis aiul Ocala platform (amended platform) or suffer suspension from the order; and, further, that no candidate for any political office shall be supported by the Alliance members unless bo indorses this plat- form, or any sub- Alliance not comply- ing with restrictions may be sus- pended at tho plc'u.-.urs of the president. This was also adopted, and the wholo platform as amended was unanimously adonted. Dr. 0. Vf. McCune, chairman of tbe National Executive Committee, sub- mitted his annual rnpor; of toe work, accomplished by that body during tbe past year. It referred at leng'.n to tho committee's work in having tue Sub- Treusury bill drawn and to Congress. The chjirmaa said tb.it tb6 commuter's mission in tnis particular was practically ended, because tho Alli- ance had elec.ed forty members who would IOOK pushing t-.ic bill through Coriirve.-.s. The rc-pori recotn- tnended a redaction of salaries of all national Aihai.ce officers and the re- moval from Washington of tbe national president's office. Dr. McCuue took par- ticular pains to impress UDon tho dele- gates that during the past, your ho had not been engaged in lobbying for Alli- ance measures, but had always relied upon the merits of the bills and th9 moral power and influence which stood behind them. At tt.e conclusion of tho report Dr. McCune addrovsed the convention upon the policy of tho Alliance. At the afternoon L. L. Polk wasrc-olfcted ijy 'ino'jmation. B F. Cover, of Kansas. >v.is u.nanunous- ly elected vice pre.sirieruand II. Turn- er, of tieorjia. was olr-o-o.! -.o-iretary. t'ollowincj is t.uo ca.l for the third party conference signed by Colonel Rico a' d Jonn Davis, of Kansas, and by about seventy-live, other Alliance mem- bors: C.... of Mi-atiTiUe, Pa.. LLC. Dti'j. follow- ing notice posted yesterday oa tha floors of the banking of DMawa- ter Co.. thus city: 'IJank ciosed. Del- amater r line. 1' .r-s rls Three B. O. T-.r l f M at of TheSr i PiTTPijouon. iV The yard con- ductors and of tbe B. O. railroad in city, thirty-five in num- ber, quit work Friday and wnre tiaid ofl and discharuci. Tr" trouble caused by the conap-tny liaviTj three yardmen arrested fur br'raKin-j- into a yard clerk's office on Wo'.lni -sd.iy to warm, the office having buc-n painted. Tbe prisoners app.-art'd b.-f.jre a magis- trate yesterday, two of them beinsf dis- missed and the otho- fined a smail amount The arre'-t. of an employe on the B. O. is equivalent to discharge and the othur yardmen struck to have thoir companion1: reinstated. A frsisrbt blockade bas resulted and the railroad tracks for four miles are tillad with freight. Tho men are and order- ly. They will make an effort to extend the strike. StringrurT in Cnmmeroiai Loans Kow the Oiiiy furbin? Feature. t Central Outlook U PrmnUlnf. NKW YOI.-K. Dee. O. Do a A Weekly Review of says: Stringency in commercial loans, aoticed last week as iho chief cause cf the pres- ent disturbance, is now almost the only remaining eause. The influence of European troubles has passed. Foreign commerce is heavily in of this country. In dotnes'ic affairs tboro has been a distinct improromsnt in f.hc disposition of banks and money lenders to give necessary support to legitimate busi- ness, curtailing speculative advances as far as possible Numerous reports frotn other cities this week show that tho cheapness of cotton at the South and tho delay of winter we.vbor at tbe North havosomo- wbat reduced transactions and caused more tardiness in collections than here- tofore, but colJor weather aa.l toe ap- proach of the holiday season already begin to have a favorable effect at many points. At most Southern points the slower movement of cotton on account of low prices is named as the principal cause of delay in collections. Tiiero is greater ease at and one or two other points, and at Chicago neces- sary advance-; for legitimate business are made to tbe exclusion of speculative demands; the country trade is healthy and no fears for tho future are ex- pressed. The amount of currency in circulation is now over 000 largur than a year ago. There is no especial change noted in the groat in- dustries, though pig iron ia rather weaker in tone. Demands for finished products of iroo and stot-l arc still largo, though less tnan a month rails are wc-ak. with si-.ar.ty sales. Tbe woolen manufacture is mucn :nore hope- ful and confidoat tbaait months ago. butnjantifactiiro.-s are moving with caution. Labor troubles arc very few, and tho arusa'is of cno con a try are re- mantably wc-.l fair wages. Blocks stroyeci in One KUIrcl Very I flV1 Si'ATii Some Oceurrvitrcs Other Towns. In Gwtto IB the Avenue anil Kxr Hue FKO.H t! I TOIL. in unity tbcre is stronTth: there- fon; ,t B maj thsrs >hoaM 00 union of all varitvi.ily na.ii M tnat common g-ouaiis. To ihis end 'ae i from var ous cam-.'- ;ir her-'to -.ignnd lais call for a B'--.'..il to coin or dele- from ow n.irasiy: T6o F r.-n.-rs' .V liai-ci-. tn K-irmor-." Miilunl B Assoc-at.o-i. t.i-3 Alliance, tha "f ,or aa.l all other i.i-m or- tha; ittts prin tha St s of E.ich .Stat; or- tio i o sen 1 one cacti Coa- fT anil ironi t.-.e at and each di-trct o z fi n to s--nd not h-s3 tnaa'bre dylega- r.o. cs-i ihan oi.e b.' ao- forj a_; u> 120 cus om of C'ive organ- 'z cj. T.osporiation. la ..i i ,'jr -.cr :i c of .h wnr.i nl- b enii hv 07 irepnm- a r .-.Ic f -i -.on in he I'l.c.-.l .o -j; -t :IOM- i3' must y.s ;d the uill. were those on b s Je cu i nd out tiie c.mntry why belK-ved '.hat the was one that th-cavoMl tii.: i.ites'iiy of Amtric m Instltnti ns. S-ate and th it it frau :ht wuSi tue grent -st. to the future prosperity of the wliole country an'l that it men. ced t'nn I'i.e.-tioiof the peo le of e'l the Statt-s U t e lirst tirae .n the Jmtory of the Government that ;i mu-.iaur-i was (.-rjposed on tie t leory tlwt th.- S.uu.-.- Liberty street, occupied by E. A. wholesale storage for pyrotechnics and co-'foctions, were burned to jrround: Nos. 918 and 915. by Harris Drue Company, j and S10, 9JI and 923 wore partially j destroyed. The" total loss is put alS-W.OOO, of which L. II lose R. Jeakinson, S'Vj.OOO; E. Magu-.n, Alexander King. Graham A Co.. L. H. SruiLh. wuodonwaro com- pany, Young, H inooJ Co., grain dealers, L. U Haiti, paint- er, S5.0UU. Tno damage the hut; throe was hv Tbo total insurance is Tno hevRnth Avenue Hotel is direct- ly opposite tbe scene of tbo firo. At tha second alarm the guests in the hotel wero aroused. Notwithstanding tho ef- forts of tho hotel management the greatest excitement prevailed. Half- dressed men and women, carrving satch- els and apparel, crowded and fought thoir way down the si'iirs. Sev- eral moment.! elapsed before the guests could be made to understand there was no iramediatn danger. Fireman Elraor Fig'oy, of Engine Company 11, was killed by falliag walls; body recovered. The follo-.virur wore injured by the same wall: Chief Evans, badiy bruised, two ribs broken: August Winter, of No. 7, and John Slifffprth, of No. 11, badly bruised; John Sallern, of No. 11, badly bruised an I one arm broken, and Edward Adolpb. foreman, one arm broken and badly bruised. Sev- ern! other firemen wsresevorely bruised, but continued at work. Assistant Chief Stewart, of the fire department, ia confident that tho falling wall tbat killed fireman figlay crushed out more livea than one. Stewart was standing on a ladder overlooking the j place where the wall fell. He ftrercu-u in the allp.v at tho i .tiiars number of citizens! helping with the hoae They -.vere not seen after wail came down and I think they were caught under tho ava- lanche of brick and stonn." Other fire- men agree with Chief Stewart in this statement Time alone can fully verify I its truth. M CtUCAGO. Di-c. 6. Thoirias general freight agent of the Chicago. Burlinfftoti A Quincy Company; John M. Johnson, general of tbe Caicago. Rocrf Is' and Pacific railroad, and John M. Egan, president and general manager of tho Cnicago, St. Ivar.sas City railway, were Indict -d bv tne Federal granu jury yes- terday and ivill have to stand trial for violating the Inf-r-Stitl'-Cornraurce law. IHJ'.SSIAH Cit'.ZE. Canadian Indltus tii Thrlr Kretliren .11 the States in Tin-ir .4 Tnli: W th IJ. SAN Die. 6. King Kala- kaua in an .stated that to vi-iit Victoria. U. C. Hawaii will h :ve to seok a new market for ita Busrar the American bounty system trvj into effect. Tnis marketis to ba Australia and the King's risit to Victoria isthon-rht to bave some jonnection with tho new Canadian line 3f steamers to that country. Soinptlii-.j: in Artillery. Dec. Dr. Stephen H. the inventor of the explosive ammi-nsi'e, yesterday gave directions for tbe casting of an aluminum bronze yun at the Pittsburgh Reduction Com- pany's works. Dr. Emmens expresses yreatconfidenceinbisnewidoi. Tnegnn will be finished in six and will be tried at, Annapolis. It will have a range of fifteen on a Strike. Sap rvi-inj tbe Treasury in i in an: p ttio no coi.octun- whatev-T." This a1T..irs is for by tbo in-; iniro- of aid railways as leaving- many formerly of im....-.ance entirf-iy dcstitaM of trade, V. prssentatire Cooper, of Indiana, who introduced tbe Ir-s; session for tbe inresti- gaJion of Raam's sdaDinistra- tion of Office, and who con- ducted of the matter be- fore the conmuU'o, will soon introduce anoiuer rwolotioa providing tbat scope of the inqnirv into Pen- sion OSc" be broadened so tbat it .nciude tbe entire operations of tte office. K. Dec. The composi- tors on the quite work yes- terday. claiming tna; they could not make living wares oa account of tbe peculiarity of the and tbe pro- prietors rof-ising to COTJD'.J with the re- of more "fat." Tne proprietors with of reporters are try- ing to get out the usual. OTTAWA.. Ont., Advices re- ceived by tho goveni-nsnt indicate that tho Creo Indians arr-. lipctrni disaf- fected and are .showing a r.mg disposi- tion to join tho Sioux ;n tV-.States in the Messiah cr.ix.a. Jn f.icu it. is said that Borof have already crosses lover. The total pocuiiatio'i over tho Canadian numbers up- wards of the Sioux 0 o. BUickfoet Bloods 10 and J'ivg.-iM.. '.I R The government has taken Jtops provont a junction of the Canadian a nil Ameri- can Indians, although an of the Indian Department slate'.) vusterday that it would be a maUc-r or congratula- tion if tho Siuiix diJ. so.ith, as they woul'l bu purr.iitt 'd to outer tho Curtai; Northwest T.-iiin KfbblT Mo., DL-C. 0. iV-t -ctivo.Tohn J. Kinnov. chief of tbo secret service on the Miswjri, Kansas Texas road, and Captain Laflore, chief of the Tn-lian Territory police, on a Fred Moepps. nlii-ges thai after seteral H't-eKs' courtsuip i er was brought to l.ln> point when1 he popped tbe whoroupon sbe promised to becou-e Mrs. Moi-pps. n-cnton. the intimacy of young con- tinued, but. Frederick showed no incli- nation to fulfill bis promise to marry the girl, wbo was last oo'iiin-lied lo call him to titno and thai make her wife. Moppps refused to accede to hvr nnri then be- gun suit lor damagOH whcrwwiib to salve bur bleeding hnarv The defendant in tbo first place de- nies that ho promised to marry Miss Lehr, and, in tho second pl.-co. ho says that even if be did makn n. prem- ise he tinder age at tbo timo aud can not he compelled to fu.lill tho piedgo, as it. was not bindincron account of his youth and TliJ-.Y WILL. i-.ilTATE. of Ol.lo .SiacatioaK in iho 0., Dec. Senator Noeb, of Ponnsylviinia, has written War- den Dyer, of the penitentiary, asking information concernir.g tho operation of tho Ohio law urovidinir that ail legal executions shall place within tho walls of tho Senator Neeh states that during v.i- Qvo yoars the Ohio law bas bcon in force the authori- ties and public in general in Pennsylva- nia bave beon groatly impressed by tho extremely stii-ci-ssfnl oxooutious which have taken plase during this period, and says further tbat the law-makers of the Keyptone State are now considering tbe feasibility of following in tbe foot- steps of tho U'ic.koyo State by enacting a law at the nominjr upsnion of their Legislature pvovidirr.' for the oiKcution within tho -.vails of th" Wtato prison of all persons condemned to death. YOUNORTIIWN, O., Doc. ft. Detective Hayes was crivon a olaiok bore by J. II. H'-Kt, of Pa., fot SSOOoii a O.. bank U> iiold aa -.so- Curil.y for a of '-x'A 15 ia Best, thiit- ii.iy.es ttio and, calli'.iir-tt, thn otllco. sent to him at il'-.'ivor I-'ailsa money packago purportir-g so contain bat which on bning opoiv.'i'i only hold Host re- fused to it from the company and eroploycd T iic-rc to proaocnte Hayes. A roni -n of tbn paid over and it is vrob.ii.l" tuo matter will be- scttlfd without vro locution. 1 CANTOS. O.. Doc.. n-.ltnown man tn a was loaded a stre-ol by tbreo 1111 :nown men In the end of the town. Thursday evening. shot in thn forehead End 11 injured. On partially rfi-cvi-rincr he fiid ii-.' wan a BollecuT boon shot in an afo- tempt, to a bill. T'io Mi.ro'tt car 'c'fr. him at rv ofTica to looi: 'ur anil upon thoir return iiail departed and could no> be found. I fit In tho TIFFIN, O.. D David S. Puclney, keeper '.rTieral store al F.'.'t Sone- ja, has k-aving varioaa jreditors in iho lurch. Stlnciusomb, ry Co., of Clevolaii'l. ire-l an stock an! placed 1 Thr-n ap- ri'-k with a chattel ,n the '-.'itiro of 1 thn s'-.f" i scr.iiro'! a writof An Itig.ii coroplioation will be tin r. i. the shfri" peared A StYl X. BIRR at i- of til-- "A -it vc 'n inu> T> !i ju n f-i- t cor: i. r r t 1 1- t t'-- i A- .t it. i'Uy this Satem ACroSS -early ---MA hf: vura and Ihe Of th9 s liromarv. o" r.- n i ;s o .M 'v i i. i. i- "i Uio i .-il >v i i it 1. of tiia erossitij; COUP nil- s; nt-r ;s. lllltllT I lit' dru.i. t.' n n-sl't V ii-> i ii train ap- ,v i...-. tl> (JOt Into i........ VVithout v..-J n smallest UHu Wiltor, i -nirrt follow. Kho r- .IM! for an> n.'i'. '.i" f r and ran -ih'ir Mio had -UT-J w 11011 the tratn i u- was errund to pieces IM Is. rj'int t'utbpr, after a in icy water, with iho simullof i.' OUT. I'n 'ir t i-t i Deo. fi. A Ranj of men t-in- j- ti.o Rt'adii-.T llrilroad j iiv at '.1-i'ir !''.'rt iiichmcnd coal Tv'iHivi-s, v.CT on Tl.iirsdiij 10 office ai. I'I'.T n i' ir.u-i.u--o uf hoing paid otf. 'I be is cu.'so to the cur r.racks.. A wi-rn i'> line, w'nun i-. y xhui a.iiiii'd tba '.r.'.m TDen ar.d liu'S') i'urlb cst from tlu' window s'. il lor the of! 0: sido of tho c n ti'fy M.'- "I'lJed fn v. OtriPi'-. i: uvever, XV.-T.. !y quiclf H'I-.: MIO train C'.urit; rio-.vn ibolifo on rot n't n i..y forcing tJniin ligaiust thi: A.'.j'i (j; 1: Lluce. i----'! ii tlf of 's Woodsi, 0 tin- I-' C'-r.rr. hii.i .-rant'-d, a tn Cb on go Erie Kaii w.i-, in procuring frotn the milt'.s of track fi. 71. tli-inmrnil to Laknton. Tho track undor a lertso from lh'- Ci Allan lie. which. i-.i., Krif, and ob- 1 i 1111 iiij'' u c-oiry. ta R. j.. j) o. hot'.'1 lisat J'.i tilt; nont'tn'v cfiil'l sonuro their liberty. The larfy lot. them smother in the smoko intil the; fp-.-ni'-n arrive-1. when tho firo was v.-ith damage lone._______________ A Cor.tTjn'.fs. State of nn- til .Tannarv to enable Slate Au- Jitor to prooare blanks and flgnren nec- sssary for the business of tho board. MAnsiiAi.i.vn.r.K. O.. D--c. p.. Ban- man, aged sixty sut- eide Frujny morainrr at tlvv o'oloc f, by lulling a in his neck. He may re- cover. H" was despondent. From O. A. Brown. of firm of M. A. iJ.-owa A Son, Kr.iay mornin-j. sixty- lix. Ho v. a n; of Cleve- land. Cr.y.-i "M.. S. Pr-c. ri'.-nry Job.O- thf coioreil who assaulted ;vnd-.v'io v.i'.slyncbfd by a mob, was (on id u> 1 sti'.l a'live on Thursday, but dyii-s1. As Rnon as this was reported some: of tho moh reassembled and col- I toil a Inrje pilo of brush, uron which they negro. The mutch was tiicn applied. The groans of tfie t.oritired viciini "-'Pro pitiable as tna flatues slowly reduced him to ash 03. Hoth Firm. BIIIMINOTIAM, Ala., Dec. C. All tha large mine operators of Alabama heldta nr-fti-i.T hf-r" adopted a resolution setlinir forth 'bat they pcfiitivoly dfr- clined to advance the price of mininjf and thttt. liifj under no tion confer with the executive Tniitee of the United of Amer- ica. minf-rs' committee also heldX meeting and decided to continue tin strikf. io.i'T U- TI tli vVis., 0. A Sfe Paul syndicate of lumberman is negotiating for the f of feet of stumpn.'e war this city. The price ptfr tbou.-and :o bf paid is said and the deal will b9 cott- as soon aa tne amount of st-tnipaje accepted. 'vJll inv.lv.- about S1.000.00a T D c. Mil- ler. a 'i in tbv Indian T'-rr, w.-.s in lurn i.'o! r. r. established binr-'-H of bad j j-'t f 1 '-n ibo ofl- CTS S iic a-rf-st- His Dro. of the carriage and __ wood manufacturers of tbe St-ites are in here for the i irpos? of a tr.iat ia tae raano- j of snvUoMi. S C-rv. In <-r. T holders of i.i'.- K Cf.mpa-iy. Chas V.v pany a 1! Co d IJ'.i't Companv it, -vs.- {l-cvl-d Bess. T-hrcf c-'.-n about we 'cs ar- Tr :o ad vaTv- capita'. and Bi7 v'.f bilitieH. -r.ich loa doiiars. At a meeting of stock- Ciir i'ackinjf rator Com- r--su-ne basi- arjies iw cent on ali of Ifea M. o.ie i jfa...i., m.- r Arr j SKAT-i.-. pretty male -r. th" Thnrs-4.av. .s. fail flaa SilKs. :in i n wti.ck had i British T V tl D--C ast'. ii. i SUIi-d With flostjns- :e.-n to and i a ice -t v, ;

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